ByrneLooby are one of the leading firms of Conservation Engineers in the UK through our group company Sinclair Johnston & Partners. The practice employs a number of Conservation Accredited Engineers (CARE), the joint Institution of Civil Engineers and Institution of Structural Engineers register for engineers skilled in conservation engineering.
Sinclair Johnston & Partners have helped conserve and enhance many important historic buildings including the Grade 1 listed St George’s Church Bloomsbury, St Lawrence’s Church in Mereworth and St George’s Church Hanover Square, all recipients of Georgian Group Awards. Along with our important work on ecclesiastical buildings throughout the UK, we also work on many public realm buildings and private estates, including Halton House, the officer’s mess at RAF Halton, the renewal of St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London (the oldest functioning hospital on the same site in the world) and the conversion of Langley Park in Buckinghamshire into a 6 star hotel.
Award-winning Building Conservation
Sinclair Johnston & Partners (a ByrneLooby company) has won many prestigious awards for conservation projects. These include winning projects in the Georgian Group Architectural Awards (2006, 2009, 2011), RICS Awards (2008), ACE-RIBA Awards (2010, 2011), Wood Awards (2014), Natural Stone Awards (2017), The Stephen Lawrence Prize (2017) and the Civic Trust AABC Conservation Awards (2018). Please get in touch for full details of our conservation engineering service.VISIT THE SINCLAIR JOHNSTON & PARTNERS WEBSITE